Bermuda Whale Watching
March and April are the prime months for Bermuda whale watching. While they can be seen from various vantage points on shore, the best way to get the full humpback experience is to head for the open seas. It’s been reported that the island is becoming, once again, a breeding/calving ground for the humpbacks. That means lucky whale watchers may have the rare chance to see just-born humpbacks frolicking near Bermuda.
Tour operators for whale watching excursions:
Island Tour Centre <www.islandtourcentre.com/whale-watching>
Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo <www.bamz.org>
Fantasea Diving and Watersports <www.fantasea.bm>
Blue Water Divers & Watersports <www.divebermuda.com>
BUEI (Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute) <www.buei.org>
Now is the perfect time to escape to Bermuda, the ultimate island getaway.
It’s much closer than you think – located in the Atlantic Ocean off of
North Carolina’s coast and a two-hour non-stop flight from most eastern US
airports. Enjoy British charm and Island soul in mild year-round weather,
with championship golf, a vast array of watersports, legendary pink sand
beaches, and a wealth of historic sites. The announcement that Bermuda
will host the 35th America’s Cup in 2017 has brought a fresh energy to the
destination, with new and redeveloped hotels, must-visit attractions and
restaurants adding to the island spirit. Start planning your “proper fun”
vacation and visit www.gotobermuda.com,
www.facebook.com/BermudaTourism and www.twitter.com/Bermuda.